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Growth and Social Protection Strategy (GSPS) 2014-2018

Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Dominica 20 October 2014 Policy document development, health system, social security

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The Commonwealth of Dominica’s fourth medium-term Growth and Social Protection Strategy (GSPS) 2014 – 2018 articulates a broad medium-term strategic framework for sustainable development and economic transformation over the next five years. The priorities outlined in this document are transformative in their approach guided by sound economic and environmental considerations as the main route to poverty reduction.


This fourth edition of the Growth & Social Protection Strategy reaffirms Government’s strategy for pursuing sustainable development (economic growth, environment development, social development) going forward in a comprehensive and integrated manner, with its three-fold focus on:
- Sound fiscal policy and administrative reform, including creating an enabling environment for local
private investment and the attraction of foreign direct investment;
- Sectoral strategies for growth; and
- Strategies for poverty reduction and social protection.

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